Cylinder by Jean Sahme Hopi-Tewa 11 3/4 in H by 5 1/2 in Dia
Most cylinders I have seen come from Hopi-Tewa potters. It's a form they have used for more than 100 years, possibly derived from their interpretions of ancient Sikyatki and Awatovi shapes. Some Santo Domingo potters used to produce umbrella stands for the tourist trade that were similar to today's Hopi cylinders. The form has been revived by potters like Robert, Thomas and Franklin Tenorio.
Rose Williams was famous for her large, brown cylindrical pots, many of which have been used to make drums. Diego Valles of Mata Ortiz has also produced some pure cylinders (most Puebloan cylinders have bottoms while Diego's don't: they are thin-walled, beautifully carved and exquisitely painted tubes).
Beige sculptural cylinder by Al Qoyawayma, Hopi 12 3/4 in H by 8 1/4 in Dia
Black micaceous cylinder by Robert Vigil, Nambe 8 3/4 in H by 5 1/4 in Dia
Black on black on black cylinder with lightly carved, sgraffito and painted geometric design by Diego Valles, Mata Ortiz 12 1/2 in H by 6 1/4 in Dia
Polychrome cylinder with a sgraffito and painted butterfly and fine line geometric design by Jesus Trevizo, Mata Ortiz 12 3/4 in H by 6 in Dia