These birds are the creation of a selective breeding program created in the 19th century, over 200 years ago by Sir John Saunders Sebright.
This was the first breed to have an enthuisiast club named after it in around 1810 and they were
placed in poultry shows soon after
They lay tiny white eggs, and are difficult to breed. All Sebrights have laced plumage edged with black.
They have slate blue skin on their legs which are unfeathered.
Silver Laced Sebright Bantams
Gold Laced Sebright Bantams
For Sebright Hatching Eggs