Sorry, I meant screen-printed!
I'm not sure if there were any other Scandinavian glassworks producing printed decorative glass at this time - or since, except for some nasty wall-plates Holmegaard produced in the early 1970s. So it may indeed be possible that they took their lead from Chance. I'll have to hunt out the correct date for the design. I don't imagine that it would be any later than 1960.
I have been wondering if it was an economic choice rather than an aesthetic one. In terms of decorative glass Kastrup was rather seen as the poor relation next to the other major Scandinavian glassworks, so I'm not sure if emulating an etched effect with printing was simply cheaper than actual etching?