The design actually put me in mind of one of my great aunts. Here name was Annie also, but I was not named after her. She was born in 1882 in Russia and came to the U.S. in 1898 at the age of 16. Her outfit could definitely compete with the cross-stitched ladies' finery.
I added the little tab so that the tie-tack would be removable rather that just sewn into the lining. I doubt that he will remove it, but just in case!
My brother has received it now (after a bit of scare with weird post office tracking statuses!). The tie tack is so tiny that although he could see that it is a menorah, he couldn't see the lettering, Aleph-Zadik-Aleph which is AZA in Hebrew. He didn't recognize it at all as being something he once owned so I had to tell him what it was. I took this enlarged photo and lightened it up so the letters are a touch more visible. He certainly appreciated the effort though!