- ↑ "Looking for Info on Demitasse Spoons?". Antique-central.com. Retrieved 2011-01-18.
Demitasse spoons are small, approximately three to four and a half inches in length, metal, usually silver but also in gold and stainless, with a wide bowl, and originally used to accompany coffee and tea in Europe and now North America.
- ↑ Annette B. Natow; Jo-Ann Heslin (August 1988). No-Nonsense Nutrition for Your Baby's First Year. Jo Ann Heslin. pp. 11–. ISBN 978-0-13-623158-5. Retrieved 18 January 2011.
The shape of a demitasse spoon is more appropriate.
- ↑ "Establishing Good Food Habits". 50. The American Journal of Nursing. 1950: 155–157. JSTOR 3467526.
We have found that a spoon with a bowl which is long and narrow, like a demitasse spoon, fits the baby's mouth better than one with a broad, round bowl.
- ↑ Robert J. Fitzgibbons; A. Gerson Greenburg; Lloyd Milton Nyhus (1 October 2001). Nyhus and Condon's hernia. Lippincott Williams & Wilkins. pp. 219–. ISBN 978-0-7817-1962-9. Retrieved 18 January 2011.
A demitasse spoon is useful instrument to retain and protect the peritoneum during suturing