It is great to hear how others resolve this problem. It happens to us all now and then. I am not immune to this at all. I like the solutions offered by Vince and Lynn. They should help with the fire stain, restore the visual depth of the hammering, and give the edges renewed crispness.
Once the stain and solder issue is resolved there may be a bigger concern. Between the polishing away of metal and the annealing caused by the soldering the silver will likely have been softened to the point that it will need to be hammered again to give it back its strength.
This hammering may well create problems with the lettering and make it hard to read or obliterate some of the letters. And it is a worry with some repairs that the big concern becomes time on task. At some point the labor for repairs becomes more than the price of the bracelet. It is hard to know where to stop.
If this were a bracelet I had made for stock I would probably just make another. If I had sold it, the customer broke it and it was in for a repair I would replace it. And if this were a bracelet with a great sentimental or emotional attachment to the owner I think I would apply it to another piece of silver for a backing support and charge only for the metal.
Not a simple reply I know and probably more info than you needed or wanted. I have been asked to repair some of my Dad’s early bracelets and it isn’t always possible. And I don’t know which of us is more disappointed when it can’t be done, me or the owner of the bracelet.