|Purpose(s):||Residence and safekeeping for Genies|
A Genie Bottle is an Arabian-styled bottle in which a genie resides. Genie bottles can act as many different residential purposes for the genie, such as a bedroom, shelter, a personal home, and a resting place.
The Arabian genie bottles appear as narrow glass serving bottles. The design of the bottles always have a oval-shaped bottom to match the interior of the bottle, where the genie resides, while the center and top of the bottle is narrow to allow genies to safely exit the bottle in smoke form.
Bottles appear in many different colors. The color of the bottle usually corresponds with the color of the clothing worn by the genie.
- The genie bottles used in I Dream of Jeannie, I Dream of Jeannie... Fifteen Years Later, and I Still Dream of Jeannie are all Jim Beam alcohol bottles produced in 1964. In total there were five bottles used in the series alone. They are: the golden vines bottle, the purple bottle, the mulberry bottle, a plain Jim Beam bottle and a green/aged bottle.