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Kamp Kaos Kamp Kaos is offline
Posted 21st May 2012, 11:37 AM
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Satinette vs Blondette


Hey question fellow pigeon people. How do you tell a Satinette from a Blondette? Is it that a Satinette has a colored tail with the Sultans Seal circles and a Blondette has a plain tail?
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Bummer...this is what I was just google searching...I need to know as well.
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Satinette has a white body while the blondinette has a colored body
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Yes, Satinettes have a white body with colored wings and tail. Spot tailed or laced tail. Blondinettes have a colored body. They can also be laced or spot tailed. They come in the same colors, the difference is the Satinette is always white with colored wings and tail.
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Yes, Satinettes have a white body with colored wings and tail. Spot tailed or laced tail. Blondinettes have a colored body. They can also be laced or spot tailed. They come in the same colors, the difference is the Satinette is always white with colored wings and tail.
if a blondinette has lace and a spot tail and it is white, then how do you know which breed it is. or does it become a santinette at that point..lol.. or are blondettes ever white with lace or spot tail.?
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Are you saying it is a tailmarked bird - all white with a colored tail? I have never seen any of those. They wouldn't be considered Blondinettes. They'd just be tailmarked Oriental Frills.
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Examples:


Laced (spread) Blondinette



Laced (spread) Satinette


Laced spot tail (t-pattern) Blondinette


Laced spot tail (t-pattern) Satinette
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White bar spot tail Blondinette


White bar spot tail Satinette
http://www.npausa.com/news/lancaster...om%20Beric.jpg
(pic is too big to show on here, so open the link to view)


See what I mean about the same colors? Just the Satinette has a white body with colored wings and tail, and Blondinette being colored all over.
The Satinette and Blondinette are both the same breed - the Oriental Frill. The terms "Satinette" and "Blondinette" are simply names for color varieties within that breed.
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ok I get it now.. the sats are always white in body but both can have the lacing. thanks.
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