Here for your consideration is this collectible patriotic pair of fur-clips as part of Coro's WWII Allies series. The fur clips are made of enameled rhodium plated base metal this pair of dances are not hallmarked but are well known patriotic series issued by Coro in the World War II era. These lovely fur-clip are referenced in Brunialti's: "American Costume Jewelry: Volume 1 Art & Industry, 1935-1950" p. 96 where Roberto Brunialti indicated in Women’s Wear Daily 1 March 1940 he describes a series of 'tiny enamel figures of natives of various countries, are to be worn in sets, as Cohn & Rosenberger feature them'. This dancing couple may also be seen on page 163 of the Warman's book " Costume Jewelry Figurals " by Kathy Flood. The condition of this pair of Spanish flamenco dancers is very nice with slight wear and enamel loss consistent with their storage, age and use as you can see by the pictures. The next owner may want to enhance the beauty of this dancing couple with a nice warm bath. The beautiful flamenco couple is a nice size, the lady measures approximately 2 inches by 1 ¼ inches and her handsome man measures approximately 2 inches by 1 inch. The clip on both brooches functions as designed. This Coro Allies series is hard to find not often seen and it is highly collectible. This dancing couple would make a wonderful addition to any jewelry collection or a lovely gift for someone special. Here is your opportunity to own this pair today.