THE BIRTH OF SATURNIA. PRODUCTION OF PORCELAIN TABLEWARE FOR THE HO.RE.CA. & HOME SECTORS.
“An industrial reality that draws vital impulse from its important historical roots.”
These were the Sixties -- the years of black and white, a time of new fashions for women, an era of important social change and of an expanded sense of well-being that instilled hope for a bright future. And in 1966 Saturnia was born, partly as a challenge, partly as most human undertakings begin: with a desire for growth. This was the dawn of an Italian story, composed of a deep commmitment and a sharing of objectives. At the outset, production was in ceramics, but then, in the 1980s, Saturnia, persuaded and sustained by an ever growing demand, made a leap of quality, passing from ceramic to the more highly regarded porclain. With this change of pace began a new chapter in the company history that would bring success and a constantly developing and positive future. Since then, for almost half a century countless highly professional individuals have taken part in leading the company and in its production. Building the team were and are men and women who grasped how to translate and to interpret the needs of an ever vaster clientele, in order to successfully define a broad range of highly targeted products. This is why, when you are seated at table in a fine restaurant, you now know the history of a dish being carried from the kitchen, brought across the room and placed before you at your table.