Unfortunately I don't have work in progress photos, since I did this about a month ago, but I kind of doubt I'd ever have the time to document the building process anyway. This box is a design from Basic Box Making
by Doug Stowe, though I wouldn't quite call this one basic. Purpleheart and Maple. I used a TS55 for ripping all the pieces the then cut them to size with a Nobex miter saw. Sanding was done with an RO125 EQ. There was also a lot of time on the router table. Finish is shellac, ceramithane, then carnauba wax on the outside, just renaissance wax on the inside.
The dividers are removable, the were done with half laps. Brass hinges are from Horton Brasses
. Total dimensions are 6" x 8" x 6" closed and quite a bit bigger open. And if anyone's wondering, the piece of purpleheart attached to the back is only attached to the uppermost "drawer" and keep the whole thing from toppling over when it's fully open.