Pure white Limoges porcelain wine bottle cooler made by Charles Field Haviland for the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The cooler is a reproduction of a soft-paste porcelain seau a bouteille made at St. Cloud France, about 1725-1740. This beautiful piece is in excellent condition and features a faces with open mouths as handles, and fluted lower border encompassing the lower part of the cooler and a field of flowers in relief encompassing the upper portion. The cooler stands on a small foot rim and is approximately 7.5" tall x 7.25" in diameter at th top of the cooler.