08 April 2013

KingCast welcomes Cintli Seattle Store #2 at Capitol Hill Broadway!

Scenes from last week's Cintli Capitol Hill Grand Opening gala. Beto Yarce invited KingCast to join in the Grand Opening of Cintli's second store, now featuring food and drink. His first area store remains at Seattle Pike Place Market. 

Cintli is a family-owned business that began in Guadalajara, Mexico, in 1989, with the goal of promoting the centuries-old tradition of fine Mexican silver jewelry, while adding a contemporary flair and urban energy. Estiblished in Seattle in 2003 by two young Mexican entrepreneurs, Sergio Cueva and Beto Yarce, Cintli has quickly become known for unique sterling silver jewelry accented with wood, glass, natural stones, leather, suede, rubber and resin, and dried flowers. Brilliant stones in granny apple green, and vibrant hues of orange, yellow and red complete the stunning bracelets, pendants, earrings, hoops, studs, necklaces, chains, rings, and items of home d├ęcor. The first Cintli boutique was opened in Zapopan, outside Guadalajara. The name Cintli, in fact, refers to the mythological Zapopan Goddess of Corn. Her name is now a symbol of good luck to the two company principals, who are committed to transforming ancient art and culture into a dynamic artistic product.

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