I sure can. I can whittle 'em up in no time outta wood. Or I could make 'em outta some old cardboard I got leftover from the fridge I just got. I'll just eyeball that sharp straight end and then for the bent part, I could.... well if it were made of putty I could just kinda smash it over.
$465 each for pine. $480 for oak.
Hundert even for putty.
If'in ya want another material let me know and I'll see if I have some laying around.
You need to show at least two and preferably three views. Let's call this the front view. Draw a side view and a top view.
No one can tell what the thing on the left side is or how to make it. Is that curve consisting of two radius or straight cuts? Since the thing on the left side only is on the bottom, it's assumed it is somehow milled off or otherwise machined. Perhaps you are trying to show a horn shape, but don't know how to draw it. The other two views will clear this up.
Define the angle on the right or the length of the angle.
I used the pictures for an idea, and I guessed at what I didn't know.I'm assuming the hook at the end is formed by bending, that might distort the 0.25 hole through the end, making it more of an oval shape.
You'll need to the red dimensions to make this. Maybe someone else will think of something I missed that you'll need too.