Here is a selection of small boxes that I made for the ladies in my family and for gifts and display. Various materials and processes were used in the construction. Some aspects of these can be seen in the joinery.
A "crooked" box, where all the sides are cut at 10 degrees off the vertical. The lid was sawn off using a special set-up and the bandsaw and then a thin strip of walnut was added to accentuate the joint. I started this as an experiment in cutting the joinery but it turned out very well.
This is the first puzzle box that I built. It's quite simple really , slide the lid to one side, press down the side adjacent to the two small slots and then slide out the lid. The moveable side is attached to a false bottom which acts as a spring to hold it in place. Strong hands are needed!