Umbria, to Umbertide; invited by Jean-Christophe’s singing teacher. They found themselves in a new right place at the right time when Massimo came across an exhibition of iconic pieces by Rometti – almost a century of history of craftsmanship and art that was slowly disappearing, swallowed up by the financial crisis. Massimo visited the company and left with two pieces by Ambrogio Pozzi under his arm and with a new dream. It was a dream begun by someone else in the mid-1920s but which he now felt was his own and which he wanted to share with Jean-Christophe. Together they took a deep breath and a leap into the unknown, putting aside vertigo, Paris and security. They landed in a world that they make flourish with their love, dedication and artistic vision.  Thus began a new chapter of their story and that of Rometti Ceramics.