At my work in a paint department, we had a lady with an accent come in, she was one of those people that many of my co-workers avoided like the plague. She was rather old but not that old, but her attitude was sour and bitter as no matter what you said could make her happy. She wanted a paint sample one day but complained that it was too much. She had a few rental houses and she then wanted an eggshell color paint
While almost every paint company (USA anyway) doesn't have a color called eggshell, but most of them have the sheen eggshell which is probably why they don't, to avoid the confusion. Antique white is really what people think of "eggshell". I told her that every company from Sherwin Williams, Valspar, Benjamin Moore, Glidden, etc all had their own version of Antique White and they were all a little bit different from one another. She then said "back in the day they were all the same," and I wanted to say "Was that back during your days in Nazi Germany?".