I make leather goods and need about 10 bridge buckles out of brass. I've run out of options as the cheap alloy buckles from China are the only ones i can source now. For reference: https://www.etsy.com/listing/229012878/bridge-buckle-screw-belt-buckle-strap https://emmalinebags.com/products/bridge-connector-1-1-4-wide-in-gold-finish The classic shape is more like the second link, the size needed is like the first. It needs it to accommodate a 1-1/4" strap inside the buckle and have a method of attachment. Tapped holes and backing plate are the easiest to work with. Any thoughts? Am I even in the right forum? I know a lot about leather, very little about metal working.