Thanks Betsy, and others, glad you like this idea. Dates from my early yrs 1970 to 75.
If any of you want to have a go, heres some tips.
In the 1st pic the before bending length ranges from 5.75 ins to 6.75 ins.
A medium ladies cuff is 6 in overall .
so you need 2 handles with the saw cut bottom to handle end of 2.75ins. then a further 1.75 ins for the 2 legs? arms? what ever. Sawing these handles is tricky to keep true.
then you remove surplus metal to taper these legs . The next tricky bit is the bending back the 2 legs to 180drg. Round nose pliers are best.
Then the second small 360deg scroll with smaller r/nose. pliers.
Then there set up in a brazing jig. where either you make 6 or 10 joins depending how you count them.
then pickle, polish, date, my reg mark, and location stamps put on inside.
finally bent over a steel mandrel with a soft wooden mallet. to a std oval shape.
So, for 50 off , thats 100 handles, 100 cuts 200 legs to profile, and 400 bends then either 300 or 500 brazed joints.
Finally replated silver 1/1000 in.
Sold retail only to the person who will wear it.