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Estate sale begins for Diane McIver's 2,000+ piece wardrobe

The wardrobe includes several designer names. The sale will also include items such as chandeliers, 19th century pottery and vintage American Girl dolls.

Diane McIver

ATLANTA -- Thousands of wardrobe pieces from a businesswoman fatally shot in September are being sold in an estate sale billed as a "fashionista's dream closet."

According to an ad from Peachtree Battle Estate Sales and Liquidations, more than 2,000 items from Diane McIver's estate will be on sale from Dec. 7 through Dec. 10.

McIver died after being shot while riding in a Ford Expedition near Piedmont Park on Sept. 25. Her husband, prominent Atlanta attorney Claude “Tex” McIver, has called the shooting a tragic accident. He said he was dozing in the back seat when his revolver fired.

No charges have been filed in connection with the shooting.

PHOTOS: Diane McIver

In addition to several designer wardrobe pieces from names such as Serbio Rossi, Jimmy Choo and Burberry, the sale will include more than 500 pieces of fine Italian and French jewelry and even ski-wear.

Chandeliers, 19th century pottery and vintage Barbie and American Girl dolls are also listed along with various furniture that includes beds, rugs, lamps and several beds.

PHOTOS: Diane McIver's wardrobe in estate sale

(Photos courtesy Peachtree Battle Estate Sales. More pictures at EstateSales.net)

An attorney for Tex McIver, Steve Maples said the estate sale was set up by attorney Stan Smith, who wrote Diane's will.

Maples said these are all items owned by Diane and that the money raised will go to the people who she bequeathed money, including at least one former employee.

Maples denied that Tex McIver was having any financial issues.

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