If it is not possible to take information from the original source, put the abbreviation qtd. in (short for quoted in) before the source you are citing from your parenthetical citaiton. For example:
Quoted in your work
Mauss explained: "These habits ... vary between societies, educations, proprieties and fashions, prestiges" (qtd. in Crossley 19).
Crossley, Nick. Connecting Sounds: The Social Life of Music. Manchester University Press, 2020.
(See MLA Handbook, section 6.77.)