The hinges are based around a wooden axle made of two interlocking pieces. The three bottom “stators” have + shaped holes that friction-fit onto the axle without moving, and the “rotors” have circular holes that rotate around the axle. I use two stators and three rotors per hinge, each of which has small tabs that slot into the lid or base. This box uses five sets of hinges, and the ends and tabs are glued heavily to ensure they don’t work loose. I also added a disc to cover the axle on each end, but that’s purely ornamental.
The latchplate is made of two discs glued together. The larger outer plate is engraved; the inner plate holds the magnets and fits into a recess in the outer panels. The magnets hold the latchplate lightly, and it will pop off with a gentle tug, but that’s enough to keep it from accidentally shaking loose. They’re really optional.
The bezels on the lid and base have rounded tabs that stick through the latchplate, and the ankh pin goes through holes in those tabs to lock everything in place.