Private collection of Prince memorabilia for sale

Ever wanted to dress just like Prince? Now is your chance.

Some 95 pieces of Prince memorabilia are being auctioned by Nate D. Sanders Auction house in Los Angeles through March 17, including jewelry, clothing and dinnerware.

The items in the collection belong to Prince's first wife, Mayte Garcia, and manager Owen Husney. Starting bids range from $1,000 to $100,000.

This isn't the first time Garcia has hocked memorabilia that once belonged to her ex-husband. In early 2015, almost a dozen Prince items were pawned at Beverly Hills Pawn by Garcia, according to the Star Tribune.

The extensive private collection includes many items from Prince's wedding to Garcia. Fans and collectors can bid on several sets of wedding china, as well as Garcia's wedding gown and her 2.2 carat diamond engagement ring.

In addition, Prince's 1959 vintage Gibson guitar, which he reportedly used for composing and recording several early demo tracks, starts at $60,000.

Prince's record label, Warner Bros, did not return requests for comment.