With an inside drawer that gracefully raises when the lid is opened, this jewelry box is sure to be a family heirloom. The joinery in this box shows you how to make dovetails using a template and your router. This quick-to-make method ensures the box will never come apart (and if you were making drawers for your kitchen cabinets, this is the way you'd do them as well). We used several types of wood—red oak, wenge, padauk, and plywood for the tray and box bottom—to get the effect we wanted. Requires advanced woodworking skills. Plan includes step-by-step photos and instructions.