Japanese 20th Century porcelain vase. Made by artist, ITO SUIKO. ITO SUIKO is the art name, or GO of ITO YOSHIHARU 1894-1980. Born in Kyoto, Japan, ITO SUIKO studied ceramics under ITO TOZAN I and ITO TOZAN II. He first showed at the TEITEN in 1929 and established his own kiln in the GOJOZAKA area of Kyoto in 1931. In 1964 he became a judge for the prestigious NITTEN show, held annually in Japan. Stamp of artist, SUIKO, lightly stamped into bottom of vase. Design has been etched into the white porcelain. Beautifully designed and executed. Comes with TOMOBAKO, original artist box. The vase stands 12 1/2" tall by 4 1/2" at the widest.