Jewelry designer Mauri Pioppo in Beaver Creek, April 15-16 |

Jewelry designer Mauri Pioppo in Beaver Creek, April 15-16

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Mauri Pioppo's raw and simple original work uses precious metals meant to be worn in a personal and casual way. She will showcase her spring line at Beaver Creek Sports on the plaza in Beaver Creek Village on Saturday and Sunday.
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If you go …

What: Mauri Pioppo trunk show and personal appearance.

When: 2 to 6 p.m. Saturday, April 15, and noon to 6 p.m. Sunday, April 16.

Where: Beaver Creek Sports, 202 Beaver Creek Plaza; jewelry is also featured at The Ritz-Carlton, Bachelor Gulch, 0130 Daybreak Ridge Road, Bachelor Gulch.

Cost: Admission is free; jewelry available for purchase.

More information: Visit

BACHELOR GULCH — Jewelry designer Mauri Pioppo will be launching an exclusive preview to her spring 2017 jewelry collection this weekend at Beaver Creek Sports. The show will feature on-trend pieces of this season’s line, and customers will also have an opportunity to meet the designer.

Pioppo’s jewelry line is currently featured at The Ritz-Carlton, Bachelor Gulch. From 2 to 6 p.m. today, and noon to 6 p.m. Sunday, Beaver Creek Sports in Beaver Creek Village also will be offering a selection of the line. Pioppo’s collection features fun, fine jewelry pieces that are hand crafted in the United States, and a free gift will be given with purchase both days of the show.

Beauty of Individual

Pioppo shapes collections that reflect the beauty of each individual, through spirituality and inspiration. The designs are rendered in precious metals and stones, but the element that shines through is the personal meaning that inspires each collection. Her artistic expressions are personified by the intention to connect with the individual’s true potential, in an effort to help contribute to our planet, its beauty, peace and abundance.

The artist has had her jewelry showcased with celebrities, including collaborations with Sheryl Crow, Debra Messing, Lena Olin, Kerry Washington and Eric McCormack. For more information on Pioppo and to view examples of her work, visit

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