Oriental Frill
HEAD: Large, rounded, full fronted, high, broad and well arched, forming a continuous unbroken curve from the tip of the beak up over the forehead then back over the skull to the peak of the crest. Well filled in between the eye and beak, showing no flatness of crown.
CHEEKS: Full and chubby.
BEAK: Short, thick, wide at gape, upper mandible well curved downward, forming continuation of curve of skull. Lower mandible, stout, meeting and supporting the upper, both being of equal substance. The line between the mandibles must be straight, and so that if the line were continued backward it would run through the center of the eye.
BEAK WATTLE: Small, heart shaped and fine in texture. Smooth and showing no break when viewed in profile.
EYE & EYE CERE: Eye large, bright and prominent, the cere fine and neat in texture.
PEAK: Needle pointed, upright and central, rising above a well defined mane and as high as possible. (Note: A bird with a plain head loses all points for peak - except Turbiteen).
GULLET: Well developed and full under the jowl.
NECK: Thick, broad at base, well arched mane.
FRILL: As much as possible well covering chest.
FLIGHTS & TAIL: Short and flights carried compactly over the tail.
LEGS & FEET: Moderate length, grouse muffed, the feathers continuing to the toe nails, covering the shanks and feet (except Domino).
BODY & SHAPE: Size, medium, compact, round rather short than otherwise, with full wide chest.
CARRIAGE: Erect and alert.

Variations in color markings in the several varieties of Oriental Frills.

Blue Laced: Beak, pale flesh; eye, very dark brown; head, neck and body underparts, white; shoulder, wing coverts, ground white, each feather edged all round with a fine purple edging. This edging may be laced, arrow pointed or ticked, preference to be given in the order named, and heavy, medium, or fine, but in either case, the edging must be distinct, even, regular and well defined; flights, white, 10 x 10, not less than 5. Tail, dark purple blue downward from a line across rump, having a dark blue band at lower extremity, upon which should be on each and every feather a clear round white spot, "moon", or band clearly defined; shaft of feathers dark.
Brunettes: Same as blue laced, only differing in shade of color, the edging of each feather in shoulders being dark red brown, marked as in blue laced, ground color white.
Sulphurettes: Same as above except that the ground color on shoulders, wing coverts, and tail should be pale sulphur to white, and every feather edged with sulphur of a darker shade. Tail, pale to dark sulphur, marked as in blue laced Satinette.
Bluettes: Same as above except that shoulders and wing coverts should be clear solid blue with two clear cut white bars, edged at lower extremity with black. Tail blue, marked as in blue laced Satinette.
Silverettes: Same as bluettes except that shoulder and wing coverts should be pale solid silver gray, edged at lower extremity with darker shade. Two clear cut white bars, edged in brown at lower extremity. Tail gray, marked as in blue laced Satinettes.
Black, dun, red, and yellow laced: Same as blue laced, except that every feather in shoulders, wing coverts, and tail should be edged. The shafts of tail feathers to be colored.
VIZORS: Same as the Satinettes except that the head should be solid color. Clear cut to well defined line running across the neck from bottom of gullet to back of crest.
DOMINOES: Beak black or as dark as possible. Eye red; cere according to color, as in Blondinettes; body markings, white neck, body and thighs, and flights 10 x 10, not less than 5; colored head marked as in Vizors. Shoulders, wing coverts and tail solid colored from a line across the rump. Legs and feet, bright red and free from feathers. Colors black, blue, silver and dun with or without bars and checkers of same shade.
BLONDINETTES: These are completely colored (except the black, red, dun and yellow laced) except on the shoulders and wing coverts, upon which every feather should be edged (either laced, arrow pointed or ticked, preference to be given in the order named), on a white ground color, and the tail also marked as in blue laced Satinette. The primary flights should be marked with an oblong white spot at the extremity of each feather.
Blue laced: Beak black; eye red; cere damson, if possible, body and tail color a clear bright blue, lacing purple on a white ground. Spot tail.
Silver laced: Beak, horn color; eye, yellow gravel; cere, flesh color, otherwise similar to blue laced except that the body and tail color should be silver gray and lacing a deeper shade of same color. Neck hackle must not show any yellow, sulphur or any alien color. Spot tail.
Red laced: Beak horn color; eye red; cere flesh color. Body and tail color and lacing a deep rich bright red. Spot or laced tail, former preferred.
Yellow laced: Beak horn color; eye yellow gravel; cere flesh color. Body, tail, color and lacing a rich soft yellow. Spot or laced, former preferred.
Brown laced: Beak horn color; eye red; cere flesh color; body and tail color and lacing acorn brown. Spot tail.
Sulphur laced: Beak horn color; eye yellow gravel; cere flesh color; body and tail color French gray with dark sulphur lacing light ground, proportionately suffused with pale sulphur according to width of lacing, the neck and head suffused as much as possible with a bright golden sulphur. Spot tail.
BODY MARKINGS: White body, tail, primary flights, gullet, leg and foot feathers; colored shoulder and wing coverts. Flights 10 x 10, not less than 5.
HEAD MARKINGS: Three equal sized spots, that on the frontal commencing at the wattle and covering the forehead, well rounded at the top, the cheek spots extending from the base of the lower mandible and covering the cheeks under the eye, oval in shape. A distinct white line running from beak to eye, dividing the frontal and cheek spots is preferred; but if spots regular in size, the white is not essential.
COLOR: Black, dun, yellow, red, blue with black bars, silver with bars as dark as possible and their various checkers. All the self colors of the very deepest luster.

HEAD (24 pts.): Large, massive (circular), having no peak forming a bold and regular arch from front and side view, well filled in between eye and beak, and showing no flatness anywhere, as wide as possible, the width of the gape being the same as the width across the eyes.
BEAK (14 pts.): Short, thick upper mandible well curved downward, forming continuation of curve of the skull. Lower mandible stout, meeting and fitting well into the upper. The top line of the under mandible must be straight and so set that if this line were continued backward it would run into the center of the eye; color flesh.
BEAK WATTLE (14 pts.): Fine in texture, small, neat and heart shaped.
EYE & EYE COLOR (4 pts.): Eye large, bold, set exactly in center of the side of the head, color bull or claret. Eye cere, fine and neat in texture, flesh color.
GULLET (2 pts.): Well developed, commencing near tip of lower mandible, and terminating in rosette or frill.
NECK (5 pts.): Short, rather thick, boldly tapering from shoulder to junction with head, full under jowl. Frill as ample and well developed as possible.
LEGS & FEET (4 pts.): Legs short and free from feathering below hocks, brilliant red in color.
BODY & SHAPE (7 pts.): Size, medium, compact and alert, chest and breast broad, prominent and muscular, rather short than otherwise.
CARRIAGE (6 pts.): Bold and erect.
COLOR (7 pts.): Black, blue, silver, red, yellow, checker, and cream.
MARKINGS (21 pts.): Shoulders and wing coverts, tail, from line across rump colored with their respective colors in black and duns, red, yellows, deep and rich; all else should be white. Flights short and carried compactly, 10 x 10, not less than 5.

Satinettes - Black, dun, blue, brunette, silverette, bluette, red laced tail, red spot tail, yellow laced tail, yellow spot tail.
Blondinettes - Black dun, red, yellow, blue laced, silver laced, blue barred, silver barred, khaki laced tail, khaki white barred, brown white barred.

PROMINENT FAULTS: Twisted beak Break in head-beak curve Stained beak Flat head Shell peak Twisted peak Low peak Split eye Lack of gullet No frill White in frill or white in rump (in Blondinettes) Bare toes Fish tail Twisted tail feathers Twisted flight feathers Roached wings or sideboards Crooked keel Bishoped wings