If your 'thing' happens to be doll's house furniture, lace bobbins, spinning tops, model boatbuilding or any other branch of miniature turning, then the tools you need are probably listed on this page. (If not, let us know and we'll do our best to find what you need). For virtually every tool you can find in the 'full-size' catalogue, there exists a miniature version. So it doesn't matter if you want a skew or a scraper, a gouge for roughing or spindles, a shear scraper or even a swan-necked hollowing tool, you'll find them all on this list.
As well as the full range of miniature tools from Robert Sorby, we also have the range developed by Henry Taylor.
Also featured are the Modlar Micro tool sets created by Robert Sorby. These feature an aluminium "system" handle into which a range of interchangeable blades may be fitted.
So get out the tagua nuts and the alternative ivory, prepare the jewellery case for a few additions, spin your thread for lace-making and switch on the mini-lathe.....