By Brecken Branstrator
This 18-karat gold mandarin garnet and diamond ring ($80,000) is one of the new pieces designer Erica Courtney is showcasing in Tucson this week.
Tucson, Ariz.--Erica Courtney is showing a number of new additions to the brand’s existing Drop Dead Gorgeous collection at the American Gem Trade Association’s GemFair show in Tucson this week.

Some of the most recent creations feature various colored opals, a stone that has been doing very well for the brand during the show this week, CEO Adam Graham told National Jeweler on Thursday.

Courtney’s new designs, made in 18-karat gold, also feature jade, tourmaline and garnet, among other gemstones.

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