Seb Brown Jewellery acknowledges the traditional owners of the land on which this studio stands, The Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nation. We pay our respects to elders past and present.

- We use the best quality materials available
- Offcuts used and recycled where possible
- Second hand pearls, stones and metals used when/where possible
- Deliveries made via bicycle, public transport or on foot where possible
- Seb Brown Jewellery promotes originality in design
- Minimal packaging is used, particularly plastic
- We align with the slow fashion movement, non-seasonal, non-collection based
- We promote and encourage repairs (for a small fee). Almost all components can be replaced, repaired, re-polished and/or re-sized.
- Interns are paid a daily stipend, with the possibility to qualify for paid work
- Seb Brown Jewellery adheres to Vivienne Westwood's policy "Buy less, choose well"
- Models are very rarely used as the fetishisation of youth is discouraged
- Sustainable studio practices are