Jubilee Orpington


Plumage: Bright Mahogany, not dark or Maroon in shade.

Neck hackle: Mahogany, with black stripe and white tip; the shaft
Mahogany, of the same shade as the feather.

Saddle Hackle: To match neck hackle.

Back: To follow neck and saddle.

Breast: Mahogany, with black spangle and white tip; the three colours
well broken and showing in equal proportions, avoiding a ticked effect
or a blotchy effect.

Wing-Bow: To follow hackle.

Wing Bar: Black. Secondaries, Mahogany, Black and White.

Flights: As Wing Bars but more White. Sickles, White; or Black and
White, or Mahogany, Black and White.

Coverts: Black, edged with Mahogany and White tips.


Head and Neck:
to match cockerel

Body, Breast and Back: Mahogany, with Black spangles and White
tips; the shaft Mahogany, of the same shade as feather.

The three colors well broken and showing in equal proportions and the
effect to be uniform throughout.

Wings: as cockerel

Tail: as cockerel
The Jubilee Orpington was named to mark the 1897 Diamond Jubilee of Queen
Victoria.   It was first introduced by  William Cook’s family.   Originaly believed to be
a cross between Spangled Old English Game , Dorkings and Buff Orpingtons but
some believe there has been a strong influence from the Speckled Sussex.  

They should have a mahogany ground color with black spangles with white tips,
white shanks and feet and red eyes.

Although this color has been around for many years in England it was just recently
introduced into the  United States by Greenfire Farms.

These stunning birds are good layers and add real beauty to the Orpington flock.
Gisbrecht's  Imported Jubilee Orpingtons
Imported from England 2012
GreenFire Farms Bloodline