Young male of Chinese painted quail, red-breasted ivory Fallow

In the spring of the breeding season 2020, I hatched a very pale Fallow chick that after a few weeks resulted to be red-breasted ivory. This is the combination of 4 recessive colour-mutations on the same phenotype: red-breasted, silver, brown (cinnamon) and Fallow.
This combination produces a very pale silver bird practically without markings on the back and with an extremely light orange breast.
I imagine that such a colour-combination on a female should produce an even lighter coloured bird.
I let you enjoy the pictures!