Measuring approx 20″ these appear to be some kind of side cutter instrument with detachable rosewood handles. In good working order with some plating loss and one rosewood handle which has been restored and treated to preserve strength as it had visible cracks which needed attention so it wouldn’t deteriorate further. The tool or instrument was made by C.H Huish & Co who specialised in Veterinary Surgical Instruments, Sterilizing Apparatus, Appliances and Supplies at the turn of the 20th century. Unfortunately other than purchasing a publication they made in 1903 there is little information about them for me to give, unless someone can enlighten me.
However its certain these tools were of some quality and a specialist tool like this today would be extremely expensive as i’m sure it would have been back in the day when it was manufactured. It’s a piece of history now and would be an excellent addition to a veterinary museum or collection.