Partridge Orpington
This color was created in England, but was never recognised.  It is, however,
recognized in Denmark, Germany and Holland.

A tip for breeding good females is that the markings in the saddle of the male
should be interrupted.
The eye color of the partridge orpington is brown-red, the beak and legs
pinkly white.  In the females darker shining is allowed
These birds are incredibly calm and gentle.  They are absolutely
stunning to look at and very good layers of medium to large eggs.