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The Hannah Cabinet
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About The Hannah Cabinet

Geoff Hannah worked on the cabinet for a period of six and a half years.

The Cabinet is made in the traditional European style and consists of 34 different types of solid timbers and veneers, 4 kinds of rare shells and 17 varieties of precious and semi-precious stones with the main frame being mahogany and the columns ebony.

Click here to view a film about Geoff Hannah and his cabinet 'A Passion for Cabinets' by Ross Bray.

About Geoff Hannah OAM

Geoff was born and raised in the Northern Rivers region of New South Wales.

He started his own furniture business in 1973. On receiving a Churchill Fellowship in 1980 he travelled to France and England and studied furniture at the Palace of Versailles, the Louvre in Paris and the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.

Apart from being a gifted master craftsman Geoff is a renowned teacher of his craft having taught aspiring woodworkers from Longreach to Launceston and Muckadilla to Perth….not forgetting that he continues to conduct classes in Lismore.

Geoff was made an Honorary Fellow of the Southern Cross University in 2009 and in 2018 Geoff was awarded the Order of Australia (OAM) for service to the visual arts through the production of furniture and marquetry.