This is a walnut keepsake box that I made for a friend to give to his wife to keep things related to their new baby due anytime now. I found a similar box here I liked but wanted to use walnut lumber and hand-cut dovetails instead. I also liked the way the lid works rather than building the box and sawing off the lid as some do. It is about 12”w x 7”d x 4.5”h and is joined using through dovetails cut by hand. The bottom is captured in a 1/4” groove that is stopped at the dovetail mark line so no gap can be seen and is made from solid walnut. The lid is made with bridle joints and the panel is made from Roasted Birdseye maple. The slot for opening the lid was made with a core box bit on the router table instead of using brass hardware. For the hardware, I used Brusso box hinges that help keep the lid from flopping over. The finish used I was Tried and True original wood finish.