Mini knife makers and collectors


Mini knife makers and collectors

Mini's have been around for a long time and made and enjoyed by many. If you like them or make them Join this Group and lets talk about them!

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Here is a picture of some handmade mini tools.

Started by Rome D. Rushing. Last reply by Bill DeShivs Apr 11, 2019. 1 Reply

This was made by my father, it is one of two that I have out of about 6 or 7 that he made.He is 90 now and due to his eye sight is no longer able to do this type of work.When I get a chance I will…Continue


Started by Ray mende. Last reply by Jan Carter Nov 29, 2017. 1 Reply

Hi everyone I'm a knife maker from Australia. I make miniatures as well and would like to become a member of the mini knives group. Could some one please tell me how I can do this.Ray MendeContinue

Mini knives

Started by Jerry Holm. Last reply by Jan Carter Feb 28, 2016. 2 Replies

Miniature knives are my favorite category.  I have several in my collection. including two handmade customs.  I'll post pictures of them in a few days.Continue

Just wanted everyone to Know...

Started by Chris Sievert. Last reply by Carl Rechsteiner Dec 27, 2015. 3 Replies

I just wanted everyone to Know, all of the Miniatures I've made are for sale. Just ask about any of them you might be interested in.ThanksChris…Continue

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Comment by Rome D. Rushing on April 16, 2019 at 20:33

Here is a picture of what I would call mini knives.

One is a Production Spyderco, the other folding 2 blade has no markings,

the all White handled sheath knife is stamped USA, the White handled with metal

cap is marked Pro Cut Product, and the light blue handle is marked Colonial, Prov. The light blue was given to me by my father as a gift when he came back from a Mule deer hunt in Wyoming in the early 60's, it seems the sheath has long been lost.

The background knife was made for me by my father, it is all wood including pins and backspring and while not a mini, it measures in around 17 inches, it makes a

good background.


Comment by Jeremy B. Buchanan on December 24, 2016 at 16:04

Here is a pic of a saw blade just like the one I made the knife from, along with the finished knife. Looking forward to making a few more of these soon.

Comment by Jeremy B. Buchanan on December 19, 2016 at 18:52

Handle all contoured, sanded and two coat of oil on it. 

Comment by Jeremy B. Buchanan on December 18, 2016 at 16:36

And now, handles attached and rough sanded.

Comment by Jeremy B. Buchanan on December 18, 2016 at 16:36

More progress. Holes drill.

Comment by Jeremy B. Buchanan on December 17, 2016 at 18:43

After so many years of collecting knives, I am finally attempting to make one of my own. I am making a mini knife that will fit into an Altoid tin and still be usable. Here is a pic of the start of it.

Comment by Chris Sievert on September 7, 2016 at 21:02

Carl I'm going to see if my dad wants to day trip it, we're only 2 hours away... ;)

Comment by Carl Rechsteiner on September 7, 2016 at 5:41

Nice little Puma. What's the dimensions?

Chris - It's the ICCE Show and is in Kansas City, MO Sept 23/24/25 (this year, 2016). I'll be there along with a pretty good contingency of Georgia Makers. If you make the show come by and see me.

Comment by Jacqueline Parker on September 6, 2016 at 16:40

Here's my Mini Stag Puma :)

Comment by Jerry Holm on March 3, 2016 at 21:25

I've just posted pic's of two of my miniature knives.  These two are hand made and were purchased directly from the maker.  Both are marked with the initial "M". These are the favorites from my entire collection.  I'd appreciate your thoughts on these two especially.  Most of my other mini's are factory made, such as keychain; mini multifunction (e.g. swiss army); and souvenir knives,


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