Medicine spoons (a.k.a. "feeding spoons" and "infant feeders") are an interesting area of collecting because of their small and delicate sizes and varying shapes and designs. As like other things they also ranged from simply ulitarian to extremely ornate.
Those shown at the bottem of the page were part of my collection before downsizing years ago.
To me the "Baby Doser" is still the Holy Grail of all ceramic medicine spoons. It had it all: measurements; delicate fish tail; small spout hole where liquids travel through; and molded spout tip for teats to be affixed.
Upon close examination one notices that the hole for liquid to travel is extremely small leaving the impression that infants and others needed to suck the contents out - another reason for the possibility of a teat being affixed.
Examples of medicine spoons that I had prior to downsizing: