The Lavender Wyandotte it a fairly new colour and not yet recognised by the Wyandotte standard. They have a heavily feathered, round body, with a rose comb.
The cockerel and hen are very similar in feather colour, with blue/pink body feathers and silver neck and mantle.
They look stunning when in a family group.
The hens produce a pastel coloured egg and between 180 and 220 a year.
Here is a lavender chick on its first trip outside.