I've just had receipt of this tray and I'm quite shocked given the reviews I read on here. This item looks like it was made by someone in their garage. There are messy glue stains on the visible bottom of the tray where cutlery woud lay, as the main vertical dividing panel has been stuck down and then not cleaned 1cm wide left and right of it. This also includes dribbles of glue that are still showing.
There were flecks of white paint on the back of it as well that I needed to scrape off. Some of the horizontal panels are very loose in their end groove and simply pull out. However I'm not sure if they are supposed to lift out as when you lift them there is lumps of glue in some places e.g. an inch from the left but none at all along the rest of the panel at all. Some of the visible wood glue in the corners is white, but the other glue stains are of the transparent super glue type. Also all the panels vary in terms of how well they fit in their end groove. For some there are small gaps and the panels can be wobbled, others are correctly nice, solid and flush.
When I opened the tray fully to reveal the under level, one side pulled off totally, but it shouldn't do. The edge panel had come away, which made it possible, so I had to repair it.
I should really have instantly boxed it back up, got a return slip, taken it to the post office, and sent it back, but for £20 and the fact it's a cutlery tray I decided to just try and repair it. I dont know if that's lazy or hard working, but returning felt like a hassle. However, given the state of the tray it wouldnt surprise me if someone else had done the same as me and tried to repair it, but then thought actually I'm sending this back, and it's ended up with me!
Anyway, that's my experience, hopefully you have a better one if you buy, but my recommendation would be to avoid, since it's no way as nice and quality looking as the picture makes it look.