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Mutyà (Filipino : Sulat Mutya) is a script a virety of Baybayin calligraphy in elaborated forms notable for the curves and circular features on the ends of every character.
Mutya script was derive from the Mutya which means "pearl" in Tagalog which is inspiration on the styles of the character forms.
Mutya script where used to write an elaborated calligraphy like formal writings such as scriptures poems, rhymes or rhetorics and in to the beginning of the sentences of a writings. 
- Chailai -the Regular type of Mutya style. 
- Lakandiwa -the bold and more elaborated form of this calligraphy 
- Sutla (Silk-type)/ Payak the simplified form of Mutya style mostly a cursive form.
Examples of Mutyà calligraphy
The old National motto of the Philippines; "Isang bansa, isang diwa" (One country, one spirit) in stylized Baybayin with a pamudpod ")" virama instead of cross (+) vowel killer, an example of Chailai style .
- Ancient Philippine scripts
- Arts of the Philippines
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