Unfortunately we don’t have an information about Mr. Miller and don’t know where he lives. The surname Miller (Mueller etc) is very wide and popular in different countries and it’s equally written both in English and in Danish. Nevertheless we can say for sure that Mr. Miller possessed good skills of the pipe carving and has fine samples of briar. Definitely Mr. Miller had refined taste and excellent understanding of the pipe usability. His (very Danish by style) pipe strikes with its size and excellent grain and sits in a hand amazingly conveniently.
The pipe markings are”N. Miller”. The length is 16.0 cm, bowl’s hight is 7.3 cm. External and internal diameters of the bowl are 5.2 cm and 2.1 cm. The depth is 4.9 cm and this pipe weights 76 gr. Briar, acrylic stem, no filter. The air hole is slightly shifted to the right but we don’t think it’s very crusial for a pipes of such size with the conical chamber. The pipe was very moderately smoked, the chamber is still bright with just a little roughness.