Possibly this is an Araucaria or Norfolk Island Pine. Some species adapt easily to containers and have been sold as live alternatives to Christmas trees, which are traditionally cut and discarded after the holiday. We see the araucaria most often as a taller single stem plant, but it looks as if this one was pinched out early and forced to branch into multiple shoots, making it bushy.
From its size we might imagine that it was purchased a few years ago and has been successfully maintained in a moderately warm and humid environment. Avoid cold draughts and hot, dry conditions, otherwise not a difficult plant to maintain. Check out the species Araucaria heterophylla in a Christmas tree context.
I used to grow them many years ago but cannot quite remember the smell of the cut foliage but do seem to remember being surprised that there was no resin like odor.