What kind of furniture was specifically made for photographers in the mid-19th century?

wardrobes
tables
armchairs
sofas
The heavy spe­cial­ized tables known as "Broody stands" were fac­to­ry-­made to keep models steady during the long exposure times. The table typ­i­cal­ly had a weighty cast iron base for sta­bil­i­ty, plus an ad­justable-height pipe leg for use as either a model's armrest or neck­rest.

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wardrobes
tables
armchairs
sofas
answers
flagItaly
6%
60%
26%
6%
15
flagGermany
7%
55%
24%
13%
69
flagthe Netherlands
0%
47%
23%
29%
17
flagNorway
11%
47%
23%
17%
17
flagPoland
8%
45%
29%
15%
4637
flagthe United Kingdom
9%
42%
32%
14%
131
flagUnknown
9%
39%
36%
14%
365
flagthe United States
8%
37%
45%
5%
174
flagIndia
11%
30%
49%
7%
63
flagFrance
7%
30%
46%
15%
13
flagCanada
16%
27%
55%
0%
18
flagRepublic of Ireland
20%
20%
60%
0%
10
flagthe Philippines
23%
15%
46%
15%
13

Gender

men41%
women51%
wardrobes
9%
7%
tables
41%
51%
armchairs
33%
25%
sofas
15%
14%

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