This is an antique pair of Sashi Daru, wooden lacquered sake container from Middle Meiji period (1880's-1890's).
In Japan, there are many kinds of shapes of sake containers and Sashi Daru, and Tsuno Daru (containers with 2 horns on top) are used special occasions like wedding so both sides are decorated with family crest. These have a family crest of Mokko, quince.
The top lid can be removed to pour sake. This is so unique and will be a great home decor.