I bought a set from Williams Sonoma several years ago -- 18/10 with good heft, streamlined/contemporary but timeless in its design. My only regret (now that it's gone) is not buying more spoons.
Were I to replace it with new stainless, I'm tempted by the Stelton Norstaal Aztec -- a favorably classic design, IMO.
I suspect that flatware is a lot like cookware. Even a few years ago some 'trusted brands' were independent, well made, and would last. With market competition, manufacturing consolidation, and takeovers, it's harder to find quality products that will last.
We live in a disposable society, but when cookware and flatware that are not plastic take on 'disposable traits' (don't last a lifetime), there's something wrong.