Unlike a tattoo, jewelry adorns various body parts without committing to any specific lover, dragon, or mom. Make a more subtle statement with today’s Groupon: for $25, you get $50 worth of internationally inspired jewelry at Sikara & Co on Newbury Street.
Inspired by founder Mousumi Shaw's Indian American background and interest in world travel, Sikara touts a body of baubles that are a fusion of art, jewelry, and international cultures. The multicultural mélange includes rings, bracelets, cuff links, and necklaces, all allowing appendages the feeling of being coated in precious metal without going through an incapacitating body-bronzing process. Jaipuri rectangular pendants are a simple take on modern Indian design and are made with your choice of stone from nine precious options, including citrine, garnet, and blue topaz—all visible through the front and back of a silver frame, ideal for image-conscious ghosts ($40–$50).
Untangle accessorizing habits with a selection of earrings, including the clam-shell earrings, a flattering fan shape in hand-brushed sterling silver ($55), or the three-leaf Amazon earrings ($45). The honeycomb earrings in hammered silver spiral from ears, releasing swarms of fashion-conscious bees.
The majority of Sikara's creations are more than $50, so Groupon users can sift through the troves for moderately priced treasures or use this Groupon as a credit toward higher-priced booty.