Lavender is a single and recessive mutant gene. It dilutes both black and red/gold pigments. It breeds true, not like the blue with its black/blue/splash genetics.. lavender bred with lavender breeds all lavenders.
For solid lavender like my chicks, you need a solid black chicken then add lavender.
There are too many names for lavender on other color patterns.. Isabel(usually a lavender on a buff bird), Isabella, porcelain, etc.. I don't know the Greek name for this gene/color... will try showing more pictures
Mille fleur d'Uccle(no lavender) Porcelain d'Uccles(exact same color except lavender is added) See how the lavender dilutes all colors to a soft pastel shade:
porcelain- exactly the same color and pattern as above but with lavender "added":
Isabella brahma- it is partridge with lavender added:
Isabel/isabella leghorn- brown or red duckwing pattern:
Isabel brahma- this one is a buff brahma plus lavender:
so I would need a lavender chicken to start with? I cannot find it here