Tervis introduces Jewel Tone Pattern Collection

TervisThe new Jewel Tone Pattern Collection by Tervis includes Amethyst, Ruby, Emerald and Sapphire (not shown) colorways.
NORTH VENICE, Fla. - Insulated drinkware manufacturer Tervis is introducing a colorful new collection in time for the summer markets.

The double-wall drinkware is known for its clear inner and outer walls, but now, Tervis buyers can stay hydrated through Emerald, Sapphire, Amethyst and Ruby-colored "glasses." The colors in the Jewel Tone Pattern Collection serve as a backdrop for bold, modern silhouette designs, including Black Sticks, Lace, Circles and Fern.

"The inspiration for the Jewel Tone Pattern Collection was largely influenced by the gemstone colors and patterns in fashion magazines and on the runway," said Dorothy Lierman, Tervis VP of line planning and merchandising. "The collection is the perfect blend of color and elegance that our fashion forward Tervo-nistas are sure to love."

The Jewel Tone Pattern Collection offers the same benefits of all Tervis products by keeping hot drinks hot and cold drinks cold. Tervis products are made in America.

Available in the 16-ounce size, the Jewel Tone Pattern Collection will retail for $16.

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