The Rometti Museum displays a collection of over 300 pieces made by the artists of Ceramiche Rometti. The exhibition tells the story of the company, launched in 1927, and the strong bond with Umbertide, a town known worldwide for its artistic pottery production. Dino Finocchi recovered most of the pieces now displayed, that were sold both in the antique market and to private clients. The collection consists of vases, lamps, sculptures, plates and crockery.
Inspired by Art Deco, Bauhaus and Futurism, creativity came from Cagli, Baldelli, Di Giacomo, Settimio and Aspromonte Rometti. The Museum is enriched by the section dedicated to the Premio Rometti, where the prize winners works are exhibited. The pieces are created during the manufacturer's training period. The contest, started by Dino Finocchio, is reserved for students of the most prestigious Italian and foreign institutes of design.Discover the Atelier