Mask of Haman with a hamantaschen hat. Back in my Hebrew School days, we were taught that hamantaschen were inspired by Haman’s three-cornered hat. That tricorn thing was apparently an 18th century invention, based on the styles of that time. Historically correct Persian headgear is like my Haman mask with the purple and blue headdress. A better translation of Hamantaschen is Haman pocket, which makes more sense for the shape.
This mask can also be ordered without the hat or hair. See the Daemon mask for pricing.