Loved Mama Elsa from the “Real Housewives of Miami?” Of course you did.
Now you can own a piece of the always entertaining bon vivant from the Bravo reality show that ran from 2011 to 2013.
Her daughter/costar Marysol Patton is holding an auction of some of Elsa’s most prized possessions with Kodner auction gallery starting at 6 p.m. June 23.
Among the myriad items are millions of dollars worth of jewelry, trinkets and art, some of which belonged to Elsa’s late husband.
Key pieces include a 25 carat emerald ring; a Patek Philippe Nautilus watch; a “coveted” collection of nautical paintings; and a number of beloved rosaries and gems from the “Housewives” breakout star who fancied herself a psychic.
Marysol Patton told Miami.com that she is keeping most of her parents’ most cherished things, but wanted to give fans the opportunity to share her family’s passion for antiques, collectibles and jewels.
The former publicist’s fave of the sparkly lot are likely the emeralds.
“My mother had a real love of them, and the collection was amazing,” Patton said. “She was also very spiritual and loved her rosaries and jewels that gave her good energy, so those are also some of the most special pieces.”
The all new “RHOM” series is set for a reboot on Peacock, NBC’s streaming service, on a yet to be determined date.
The Estate of “Mama” Elsa Patton Auction
Where: Kodner Galleries; kodner.com
When: 6 p.m., June 23.
Contact: 100 East Dania Beach Blvd., Dania Beach; 305-834-7114.