Standard Colours

Black
Male and female plumage: Black, as lustrous as possible.
In both sexes: Beak black or horn. Eyes dark red or very dark brown. Comb, face, wattles and ear lobes bright red. Legs and feet black.

Blue
Male plumage: Hackles, saddle, wing bow, back and tail dark slate blue. Remainder medium slate blue, each feather to show lacing of darker shade.
Female plumage: Medium slate blue with darker lacing throughout, except head and neck-dark slate blue.
In both sexes: Beak dark slate or horn. Eyes dark red or red brown. Legs and feet slate. Nails dark slate or horn.

Cuckoo
Male and female plumage: Uniformly cuckoo coloured, with transverse bands or dark bluish grey on light grey ground. Each feather must have at least three bands.
In both sexes: Eyes orange red. Legs, feet, beak and nails white, often spotted with bluish grey in young birds.

Lavender

Male and female plumage: This is a true breeding pale silvery blue, all the feathers being of one uniform shade.
In both sexes: Eyes orange red. Beack and nails slate blue, Legs and feet slate blue.

White

Male and female plumage: Pure snow white.
In both sexes: Beak white. Eyes red. Comb, face, wattles and earlobes bright red. Legs and feet white.



Black Mottled

Male and female plumage: All feathers black with metallic green lustre, regularly tipped with white tips, varying in size with the feather. Excessive white markings or uneven distribution to be avoided.
In both sexes: Eyes dark red, legs and feet slate blue or blackish. Beak and nails dark horn.

Buff Mottled

Male and female plumage: Golden buff with a round white spangle at the end of each feather in all parts except for the tail which is clear white.
In both sexes: Beak light blue, Eyes red. Comb, face, wattles and earlobes bright red. Legs and feet light blue.

Gold Millefleur

Male plumage: This is a very intricate and attractive colour scheme. Briefly, the head is orange red with white tips. Neck hackle black with golden shafts, and broadly bordered with orange red, each feather having a black end tipped with a white point. Back red, shading to orange towards the saddle hackle. Wing bows mahogany red each feather tipped with white. Wing bars russet red with lustrous green black black pea shaped spots at ends, finishing with silvery white triangular tips, the whole forming regular bars across the the wings. Primaries black with a thin edging of chamois on outside, the visible lower third of each secondary feather chamois, upper two thirds black. Remainder of wing a uniform chamois, each feather having at end a large pea shaped white spot on a black triangle , the tips spaced evenly to conform with shape and outline of wing. (note the reversal of the pattern markings from the normal arrangement.)
Tail feathers black with a metallic green lustre, having a fine edging or lacing of dark chamois, and terminating with a white triangle. Breast, foot feathering and remainder of plumage throughout of golden chamois ground colour, each feathering having a light chamois shaft and finished with a black pea shaped spot tipped with a white triangle.
Female plumage: Ground colour uniform golden chamois, each feather terminating with a black pea shape spot tipped with a white triangle. Tail feathers black, finely laced with chamois and with white tips. Wing markings as described for male, allowing for natural sexual differences.
In both sexes: Eyes orange red. Beak and nails slate blue,Legs and feet slate blue.

 
Lemon Millefleur

Markings and pattern as described for the Gold Millefleur, but with a delicate lemon gold ground colour.

 
Silver Millefleur

Markings and pattern as described for the Gold Millefleur, but with a pure silver white ground colour.

Porcelain

Male and female plumage: This is an extraordinarily delicate colour pattern.
Markings and patterns generally are as described for millefleur in both sexes, with the exception that ground colour is light straw and the pea shaped spots are pale blue tipped with white triangles. Pale blue is substituted for the black in both sexes.
In both sexes: Eyes orange red. Beak and nails slate blue. Legs and feet slate blue.


Silver Birchen

Male plumage: Head silver-white.  Hackle, back, saddle, shoulder-coverts, and wing bows silver-white, the hackles having narrow black shafts. Remainder of plumage: a rich black, the breast having a narrow silver lacing gradually diminishing to black thighs. Female plumage: Neck-hackle similar to that of the male.  Remainder of plumage: A rich black with the breast delicately laced as in the cock.  In both sexes: Face, wattles and ear lobes: dark red. Eyes orange or dark brown. Beak& nails dark horn. Legs and feet: black.

Gold Birchen

Male and female plumage: As described for the silver birchen other than white/silver areas are a rich red-gold in colour. In both sexes: Face, wattles and ear lobes: dark red. Eyes orange or dark brown. Beak & nails dark horn. Legs and feet: black.

Lavender Mottled

Male and female plumage:  All feathers a pale silvery blue, regularly tipped with white, the tips varying in size with the feather.  Excessive white markings or uneven distribution to be avoided. In both sexes: Eyes are orange-red with black pupils.  Beak, nails, legs and feet slate-blue

Non Standard Colours

Other colours

Many other colours are found in Germany and The Netherlands. These include Barred, Blue Millefleur, Blue Partridge, Blue-Buff Columbian, Buff, buff Columbian, Columbian, Creole, Blue Mottled, Gold Duckwing, Partridge, Pile, Red, Red Mottled, and Silver Duckwing.At the moment these are not standardised in the UK and should therefore be shown in a non-standard class.