And to answer Fuzzy's question:
HEY, I never was told what color of Silky comes out of a chocolate silky egg?
The eggs are white/pink tinted. The color of the chicken is chocolate or khaki.
Usually, with chicken breed names, the colors in the naming describe the BIRD's color, not the EGG's color. The breed name also usually includes some basic information on the origin of the breed.
Silver Laced Wyandotte: the feathers are laced with silver or white
Rhode Island Red: They have reddish feathers
French Black Copper Marans: The birds are black with a copper collar.
Barred Plymouth Rock: the feathers are barred, not the eggs.
White Leghorn: White feathers
Buff Brahma: the feathers are buff....etc.
The only "breed" that I can think of that breaks this naming convention isn't a breed: the Easter Egger. Easter Eggers are not a BREED of chicken, but a description of a type of chicken---a loose grouping of similar-looking chickens that do not hold to a specific breed standard and are known for laying different colored eggs.