An­other star­ring role for Fife fur­ni­ture firm

The Courier & Advertiser (Angus and The Mearns Edition) - - BUSINESS -

Fife vin­tage fur­ni­ture spe­cial­ist Scara­manga has supplied 15 prod­ucts for the lat­est Judi Dench film.

Two travel trunks, a range of au­then­tic In­dian boxes, tins and leather jour­nals ap­pear in Victoria & Ab­dul, which opened in cin­e­mas yes­ter­day.

Scara­manga owner Carl Morenikeji said: “We’re proud and de­lighted to have supplied our prod­ucts to a ma­jor movie for the sixth time in just five years.

“This is our largest and most di­verse movie sup­ply role yet and for it to be a royal film too with such a dis­tin­guished cast makes it ex­tra spe­cial. It’s al­most as good as get­ting a royal war­rant.”

The film, di­rected by Stephen Frears, is based on the real-life re­la­tion­ship be­tween Queen Victoria and her In­dian ser­vant, Ab­dul Karim.

Scara­manga has pre­vi­ously supplied props for The Hob­bit, Dark Shad­ows, Malef­i­cent and Edge of To­mor­row.

Proud – Scara­manga owner Carl Morenikeji.

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