A Male and Female plumage:
Ground colour white with a bluish tinge, barred with black and beetle green sheen, the bars to be straight, moderately narrow, of equal breadth and sharply defined, to continue through the shafts of the feathers.
Every feather to be finished with a black tip. The fluff or under colour is also barred. The neck and saddle hackles, wing bow and tail to correspond with the rest of the body, presenting a uniformity of colour through out. In both sexes; Eyes rich-bay. Legs ,feet and beak yellow, face, ear lobes, wattles and comb red.