# Can I insert a prepositional phrase between an attributive clause and its antecedent?

For example:

He eats an apple which I picked yesterday.


If I want to modify the apply by a prepositional phrase, can I say:

He eats an apple above the table which I picked yesterday.


If I can't, how can I express the same meaning within one sentence?

• You picked a table yesterday? Putting the adjective clause immediately following the word "table" implies exactly that. – Cascabel Mar 25 '16 at 21:32
• */??He wants a basket for a large dog which is made out of wicker. // He eats an apple (which I picked yesterday) above the table. – Edwin Ashworth Mar 26 '16 at 0:20

He eats an apple, above the table, which I picked yesterday.