Tuesday, June 9, 2009


Cintli and the Pike Place Market Foundation unite to help our local community!

In the Spirit of Rachel, the Pike Place Market’s iconic piggy, Cintli is celebrating its 5th year in business by giving back to our community. In order to raise funds for the Pike Place Market Foundation, Cintli’s owner and designer, Beto Yarce has created a limited edition glass pendant of Rachel the Pig.

Since 1982, the Market Foundation has been working to preserve the diversity and traditions of the Pike Place Market neighborhood. The Market Foundation supports programs in the Pike Place Market that provide food, medical care, child care and housing for downtown Seattle’s nearly 10,000 low-income and senior residents.

In 2003, Beto Yarce who is the owner and head designer for Cintli, founded his first U.S. store in the Market. His dream was to present his unrivaled jewelry collections to a new audience, and he is grateful for the warm welcome his lines have received. He currently designs most of the pieces you can see in the store. Beto’s designs retain the fun, bright, urban style that is associated with modern Mexican jewelry.

You should check out the latest Cintli catalog!

If you’d like more information about the Cintli promotion for the Pike Place Foundation, please call at (206) 262-0794 or (206) 919-0998, or email them at contact@cintli.com.

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